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### 1. Le Chatelier principle

In the field of economics, the Le Chatelier principle refers to the differences in the responses of decision variables to changes in parameters when additional ...

### 2. community indifference curves

The idea of a community indifference curve, as the term is commonly used, is due to Scitovsky (1942). The genesis of the idea is the fact that comparative ...

### 3. correspondence principle

The correspondence principle is the relation, which exists in certain economic models, between comparative statics of equilibria and the properties of ...

### 4. envelope theorem

The envelope theorem appeared in economics following the 1931 Viner–Wong diagram (incorrectly drawn in the original paper). This famous paper indicated ...

### 5. Evans, Griffith Conrad (1887–1973)

A distinguished American mathematician and pioneer mathematical economist, Evans was born on 11 May 1887 in Boston, Massachusetts. Educated in mathematics ...

### 6. Giffen's paradox

Giffen's paradox refers to the possibility that standard competitive demand, with nominal wealth held constant, can be upward sloping, violating the law ...

### 7. social multipliers

Social multipliers can be thought of as indicators of the degree of strategic complementarity among interacting agents. A simple choice model is used ...

### 8. global analysis in economic theory

Global analysis in economics puts the main results of classical equilibrium theory into a global calculus context. The advantages of this approach are: ...

### 9. supermodularity and supermodular games

The mathematical concept of supermodularity formalizes the idea of complementarity and opens the way for a rigorous treatment of monotone comparative ...

### 10. comparative statics

Comparative statics in competitive general equilibrium (GE) environments provide insight into the operation of GE models and a means to confront GE ...